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“…A moving and powerful look at the best and worst of human nature.”
– Booklist Reviews
Published in 1991, “Shiloh” is a children’s novel crafted by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor. The narrative revolves around Marty Preston, a young resident of rural West Virginia. Marty’s life takes a pivotal turn when he stumbles upon an ill-treated beagle puppy and makes the resolute choice to keep and care for the pup, despite the objections raised by his family and the pup’s abusive owner.
As Marty engages in an unwavering struggle to safeguard Shiloh from harm and stand up against the dog’s oppressor, he is compelled to grapple with his own apprehensions. This journey towards upholding his beliefs is underpinned by unwavering support from his circle of friends, which includes his elder sister, Judd, and a compassionate neighbor, Ray.
“Shiloh” weaves a touching and contemplative narrative that underscores the significance of allegiance, responsibility, and the transformative potency of empathy in effecting change. The novel has amassed an array of accolades, maintaining its status as a cherished story that advocates friendship and the welfare of animals.
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